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Dyna-Glo 6-Burner 78,000 BTU LP Gas Grill w/ Side Burner (Black/Stainless Steel) EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Dyna-Glo 6-Burner 78,000 BTU LP Gas Grill w/ Side Burner in Black and Stainless Steel (DGF600SSP) on sale for $199 with free in-store pickup. Thanks bluking

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This Dyna-Glo 6-Burner LP Gas Grill features six 11,000 BTUs Stainless Steel burners, with a primary cooking area of 600 sq. in. and also includes a 12,000 BTU side burner for additional cooking space = a total of 78,000 BTUs total. - brisar

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Edited April 8, 2016 at 08:53 AM by annie930ny
Dyna-Glo 6-Burner 78000 BTU LP Gas Grill in Black and Stainless Steel with Side Burner - $199 (or lower) @ Homedepot [homedepot.com]

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anyone know anything about this grill? my girlfriend's family has been looking for one and this doesn't seem too bad to be kept at a rental unit.

I can't find what the original price on this is
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anyone know anything about this grill? my girlfriend's family has been looking for one and this doesn't seem too bad to be kept at a rental unit.

I can't find what the original price on this is
think its $349 or $399 or something like that. All i can say is that Dyna-Glo's are usually well reviewed and a lot of these forums even compare it a Weber EEK! (not sure if thats a fair comparison tho)
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"Porcelain coated cast-iron cooking grates"

i bought a grill a couple years ago that had the regular painted steel grates...i'll never do that again...they rusted and fell apart pretty quickly...may be in for one of these but the lack of reviews (since it's new i assume) makes me want to wait.
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"Porcelain coated cast-iron cooking grates"

i bought a grill a couple years ago that had the regular painted steel grates...i'll never do that again...they rusted and fell apart pretty quickly...may be in for one of these but the lack of reviews (since it's new i assume) makes me want to wait.
here are some reviews on their products, like i said they usually get good reviews

http://www.homedepot.com/s/dyna-glo?NCNI-5
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Usually I send in my receipts for the 11% match with menards. I send them in even when menards isn't running the 11%. Never had a problem they always send a gift card.
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just got one, free assembly, love it, perfect in time for summer. wish it came with a cover
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just got one, free assembly, love it, perfect in time for summer. wish it came with a cover
Pretty solid? Seem built well?
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Pretty solid? Seem built well?
Yah, in all honesty, i keep my BBQ's for about 3 years.... this will last 3 years with no issue...

so do the math $200 / 36 months = $5.50 / month of about $1.20 / week :-)

They dont build like they used to, but this looks solid!!!!

15 at my store, i took one.

Got a nice cover for it at Amazon for $33 (not a slick deal) but heck wanna keep it nice and clean...... life is short!

here if ya wanna take a look at it: http://www.amazon.com/Veranda-Bar...ailpages00
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what kind of gas is this one? I have a built in gas stub in back patio which is same as AC heater. Can I get this grill to be used with that gas?
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Yah, in all honesty, i keep my BBQ's for about 3 years.... this will last 3 years with no issue...

so do the math $200 / 36 months = $5.50 / month of about $1.20 / week :-)

They dont build like they used to, but this looks solid!!!!

15 at my store, i took one.

Got a nice cover for it at Amazon for $33 (not a slick deal) but heck wanna keep it nice and clean...... life is short!

here if ya wanna take a look at it: http://www.amazon.com/Veranda-Bar...ailpages00
+ Rep, thanks for the info!
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what kind of gas is this one? I have a built in gas stub in back patio which is same as AC heater. Can I get this grill to be used with that gas?
no, you ill need a natural gas convertor kit. do some reading up, propane and natural gas cook different. You may prefer to use propane.
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Quote from mikeyiscool View Post :
no, you ill need a natural gas convertor kit. do some reading up, propane and natural gas cook different. You may prefer to use propane.
do a little further reading and you may end up getting a charcoal grill Wink Stick Out Tongue

just for the record im a fan of both based on various factors and albeit i prefer my weber kettle charcoal grill i often turn to my weber genesis propane grill.
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no, you ill need a natural gas convertor kit. do some reading up, propane and natural gas cook different. You may prefer to use propane.
I switched to NG a few years back. Converted my Holland over and all my Webers were bought as NG models.
NG does not burn as hot per volume but I have had no issues getting heat up to where needed on any of the grills. Have not noticed any major cook time differences or the like actually after initial heat up.


The advantage of not having tanks to fill is a huge plus in the end and not running out of gas mid cook is virtually eliminated. The bad part is if you ever leave your grill on by mistake. The LP tanks will run out and shut the grill off. NG will keep on burning/flowing until the flow stops from the gas company.
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